First Prize. International Competition “Future Wimbledon” by Lugadero

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F. Javier Martínez Navarro, Pablo Sendra, Marta Morera Matos. Lugadero

F. Javier Martinez Navarro, student of architecture, is extremely active as a freelance graphic designer since 2005. Promoter, with Pablo Sendra and the components of emerg.s group of Pecha Kucha Night Sevilla (multidisciplinary meeting speakers) since 2006 until today. Has been author of several design exhibitions and highlights his work as editorial designer of art catalogs and publications on heritage, culture and architecture.

Pablo Sendra Fernandez. Architect by the University of Seville, MArch Urban Design by the Bartlett School of Architecture (University College London) and MSc (Distinction) in Sustainable Cities and Architecture by the University of Seville. Currently working as Research Staff at the University of Seville, writing his PhD thesis on public space regeneration and researching at the Group HUM-666-PAI: “Contemporary City, Architecture and Heritage”. He is also teaching the subject Architectural Projects 2 (Dip Arch). He combines this academic activity with cultural management through PechaKucha Night Sevilla and LUGADERO., a company of which he is a founding partner. He has been a Visiting Scholar at the University of Cambridge, made a summer session at University of California Berkeley and has worked at CA-GROUP (Culture and Architecture) in Shanghai, China and at the Urban Ecology Agency of Barcelona.

Marta Morera Matos. A graduate in Journalism at the University of Seville and Master in Cultural Management from the University of Alcala de Henares. Develops his work as professional photographer of musical entertainment, dance and theater since 2008 and has been responsible for communication in several cultural institutions. She has collaborated diligently to develop editorial publications related to Andalusian culture. Currentlyshe combines her work as a photographer with personal projects and web content management.




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